Portwest A667 Claymore AHR Blue and Black Cut Level F Gloves
Suitable for use in tough work environments where there is a risk of mechanical risk, Portwest A667 Claymore AHR Blue and Black Cut Level F Gloves are hardwearing nitrile coated gloves with outstanding cut and abrasion resistance. Made from a combination high performance polyethylene (HPPE) and glass fibre, their liner offers flexibility and resilience, while their double nitrile coating enhances grip and strength.
- Glove Codes:
- EN 388:2016 Rating: 4X43F
- EN 420
- Size Range: 8 - 10
- Supplied as a pair
The Portwest Gloves are available in three sizes. To find the correct fit for your needs, please measure the circumference and length of your palm and match the results to the table below.
|Glove Size ||Palm Circumference ||Palm Length |
|Size 8 (Medium) ||203mm ||192mm |
|Size 9 (Large) ||229mm ||192mm |
|Size 10 (Extra Large) ||254mm ||204mm |
How Do the Portwest A667 Claymore Gloves Protect Your Hands?
Able to cope with the toughest of manual working conditions, the Portwest A667 gloves have exceptional resistance to mechanical risks like cuts and scrapes, and are flexible and lightweight to boot. Their HPPE and glass fibre liner combine with their double nitrile coating to provide high level protection against cuts, abrasions and scrapes, as well as good puncture resistance.
EN certifications demonstrating their protective properties are outlined below.
EN 388 (Protection Against Mechanical Risks)
|Test ||Result |
|Abrasion ||Level 4 |
|Cut ||N/A |
|Tear ||Level 4 |
|Puncture ||Level 3 |
|Blade Cut ||Level F |
- ANSI/ISEA 105: 2016 Cut Level A7 (Cut Resistance)
What Do These Ratings Mean?
The Portwest A667 Gloves have achieved the highest possible scores for blade cut, abrasion and tear resistance according to EN 388 testing, as well as a good score for puncture resistance. They are therefore suitable for applications where there is a risk of scratches, lacerations and mild splinters.
Key Features and Benefits
- Tough handling gloves with a double nitrile coating
- Provides hardwearing protection against lacerations, abrasions and scrapes
- Offers good protection against punctures or splintering materials
- Stretchy, ergonomic design allows the hand to flex and grip with ease
- Textured 'sandy' nitrile coating maximises wet and dry environments grip
- Liner is resilient yet still allows for tactility and freedom of movement
- Backing and wrists are uncoated so movement is never restricted
- Seamless 13 gauge liner improves comfort
- Flexible material prevents hand fatigue during extended wear
Who Can Use the Portwest A667 Cut Resistant Gloves?
The lightweight flexible construction of the Portwest A667 gloves and their outstanding mechanical resistance make them ideal for handling sharp or coarse materials. Some applications they are recommended for include:
- Glass handling
- Sheet metal handling
How Dexterous Are the Portwest A667 Gloves?
The Portwest Gloves have a specially formulated liner that is stretchy and light in addition to being incredibly durable. This means you'll be able to move your hands, wrists and fingers without difficulty and will have no trouble dealing with tools.
How Much Grip Do the Portwest A667 Gloves Offer?
Dropped tools, produce and materials can lead to accident, injury and loss of money, so it's vital that workers can maintain a secure grip, even if they have to wear protective gloves. To maximise user grip in both wet and dry conditions, the Portwest A667 gloves have a textured, 'sandy' nitrile coating and a lightweight construction which provides dexterity and tactility for total control over components.
Documentation for the Portwest A667 Gloves
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